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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
89 -40B9.1121

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2257 C1.7 00:19 00:27 00:33
2259 C1.6 01:54 01:57 01:59
2257 C4.7 02:25 02:33 02:40
2257 C9.7 03:34 03:47 03:54
2257 C7.7 04:44 04:56 05:05
- C1.8 06:31 06:36 06:39
2259 C2.3 06:46 06:51 06:57
2257 C2.6 08:39 08:45 08:52
2257 C5.3 09:17 09:43 09:52
2259 C1.9 10:38 10:42 10:51
2257 M2.2 12:30 12:58 13:08
2259 C2.3 18:17 18:26 18:39
2260 C1.7 19:40 19:44 19:48

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The density of the solar wind is moderate (20.26 p/cm3)

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